Are you scratching your head wondering why the check filter light on your Samsung dryer is flashing? Don’t worry – you’re not alone! We’ve all been there, and with a few simple steps, we can help you get that pesky check filter light under control.
From understanding what it means to how to fix it, this blog will explain everything in detail so that you can quickly and easily get back to drying your clothes. So if the check filter light on your Samsung dryer has been blinking incessantly, let’s dive right in!
The check filter light on your Samsung dryer is designed to remind you to clean the lint filter regularly.
When lint builds up in the filter, it blocks air flow, which can cause the dryer to overheat. To prevent this from happening, your Samsung dryer will blink the check filter light to let you know that it’s time to clean the lint filter.
To clean the lint filter, turn off the dryer and unplug it. Then, remove the filter from the back of the dryer and use a vacuum or brush to remove any lint that has accumulated.
Once the filter is clean, replace it and plug the dryer back in. That‘s all there is to it. Once the filter is clean, the check filter light should stop blinking and you can get back to drying your clothes.
Samsung Dryer Filter Check Light Flashing – Troubleshoot And Diagnosis
The main reason why your Samsung dryer’s filter check light may be flashing is because there is lint buildup in the vent or filtering system of your machine.
When this happens, air flow becomes restricted which causes the light to flash indicating that cleaning or servicing needs to take place.
This could also be caused by an overloaded dryer but usually, if that were the case then you would not only see a flashing filter check light but also hear noises coming from within your machine as well.
How To Fix The Problem
Once you have determined that lint buildup is causing your filter check light to flash, now it’s time for action! Lint buildup should never go unchecked so follow these steps carefully: Unplug and turn off your dryer; locate the outside vent cover located at one end of your machine.
Use either a vacuum cleaner or brush attachment with long bristles (such as those found on pipe cleaners) to remove any clogged lint or debris from inside; wipe down all surfaces with a damp cloth afterward before finally replacing both vent covers securely back into place.
You might even want to consider purchasing an after-market dryer vent cleaning kit specifically designed for removing blockages from vents like yours.
1. Check the Lint Filter
The first step is to check the lint filter. If the lint filter is clogged, remove it and clean it with a soft brush and warm, soapy water. Dry the filter completely before replacing it.
2. Reduce the Load Size
If the lint filter is not clogged, reduce the load size in the dryer. Make sure that you’re not overloading the dryer with too many items.
3. Clean the Dryer
If the lint filter is clean and the load size is reduced, then you may need to clean the dryer. Remove the lint filter and vacuum around the filter opening to remove any lint or debris. Then, clean the dryer drum with a damp cloth.
4. Replace the Lint Filter
Once the dryer is clean, replace the lint filter. Make sure that the filter is properly installed and that it is not clogged.
5. Reset the Dryer
If the Filter Check Light is still flashing, reset the dryer. Unplug the dryer from the wall and wait for 10 minutes. Plug the dryer back in and start a cycle. If the light is still flashing, contact a service technician for help.
Maintaining Your Dryers Filtering System
After removing all visible lint build up in accordance with Step Two above, now comes maintenance!
Make sure you regularly clean out any filters located within your Samsung Dryer once every 4-6 months depending on usage frequency – doing so will lessen dust accumulation over time and prevent similar issues arising again soon after first fixing them!
Furthermore, try using high-quality laundry detergent when washing clothes which makes them easier come out more cleanly during drying cycles thus producing less fluff than usual along way too – reducing potential risk/occurrences needing further intervention later down track (as mentioned earlier).
If the Samsung Dryer Filter Check Light is flashing, it’s important to take action quickly to troubleshoot and fix the problem. The most common causes of the light flashing are a clogged lint filter or an overloaded dryer.
To fix the problem, you should check the lint filter, reduce the load size, clean the dryer, and replace the lint filter. If the light is still flashing, reset the dryer and contact a service technician for help.
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